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Nanodiamond-enhanced MRI offers greater range of diagnostic and therapeutic applications

(Massachusetts General Hospital) A team of investigators based at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital has devised a means of noninvasively tracking nanodiamonds with magnetic resonance imaging, opening up a host of new applications.

Enzyme treatment reduces alcohol-induced liver damage in mouse models

(Massachusetts General Hospital) Massachusetts General Hospital investigators report that an intestinal enzyme previously shown to keep bacterial toxins from passing from the gastrointestinal system into the bloodstream may be able to prevent or reduce the liver damage caused by excess alcohol consumption.

Effects of alcoholism on the brain's reward system may be different in women than in men

(Massachusetts General Hospital) A collaborative study between researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston University School of Medicine has found evidence implying that alcoholism may have different effects on the reward system in the brains of women than it does in men.

Pretreatment HIV, immune activation levels determine their persistence during treatment

(Massachusetts General Hospital) A study led by a Massachusetts General Hospital investigator finds that pretreatment levels of HIV and immune activation appear to determine the extent to which viral levels and inflammation persist during antiretroviral treatment.

Mass. General researchers provide evidence linking 'leaky gut' to chronic inflammation

(Massachusetts General Hospital) With the help of genetically engineered mice, scientists at the Massachusetts General Hospital are moving closer to establishing the role that increased intestinal permeability, sometimes called a 'leaky gut,' plays in chronic inflammatory conditions.

General Hospital Actor Peter Hansen Dies

The veteran soap actor Peter Hansen died Sunday in Santa Clarita, California. He was 95. Hansen portrayed attorney Lee Baldwin on the ABC soap and its spinoff Port Charles from 1965 to 2004, winning a Daytime Emmy as a supporting actor in 1979. Show More Summary

General Hospital's Peter Hansen Dies at 95

General Hospital's Peter Hansen has died at the age of 95, The Los Angeles Times reports. The actor played the character Lee Baldwin on the ABC soap in stretches across five decades, first appearing in 1965 and last appearing in 2004. Baldwin was a lawyer who tapped into his past as a recovering... Read More > Other Links From General Hospital Peter Hansen

Peter Hansen Dies: ‘General Hospital’ Actor Was 95

Peter Hansen, who played Lee Baldwin on the ABC soap opera General Hospital, died on Sunday, April 9 in Santa Clarita, California, his family confirmed. He was 95. Born December 5, 1921, Hansen was raised in Detroit, Michigan. He served with the U.S. Show More Summary

'General Hospital' alum Peter Hansen dies at 95

Actor Peter Hansen, who played Lee Baldwin on the ABC soap opera "General Hospital," died Sunday, his family announced. He was 95. Read more...

Longtime ‘General Hospital’ actor Peter Hansen dead at 95

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Longtime "General Hospital" actor Peter Hansen died Sunday at 95 in Santa Clarita, Calif., his family reported.

Dr. Faustman’s Type 1 Reversal Trial Seeks More Participants

Denise Faustman, MD, PhD, is the Director of the Immunobiology Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She was interviewed by Diabetes Daily about 9 years ago when she was about to begin human clinical trials based on the results from her successful mice-curing BCG vaccine. Mice are certainly cured […]

'General Hospital' Actor Peter Hansen Dies at 95

Peter Hansen -- who played Lee Baldwin for 5 decades on the iconic soap opera "General Hospital" -- died Sunday in Santa Clarita, California. Peter's character started out as an addiction counselor at the hospital, and then the role morphed into…

American Thyroid Association Awards Research Grant to Viswanath Gunda, Ph.D, Massachusetts General Hospital

Viswanath Gunda, Ph.D., is the recipient of a 2016 American Thyroid Association (ATA) ThyCa Research Grant for his project entitled "Combining Immune Checkpoints Inhibitors with BRAF Targeted Therapy in Thyroid Cancer." Dr. Gunda is an Instructor in Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.

Sabres’ Kyle Okposo in intensive care with unknown ‘illness’

The 28-year-old has been hospitalized at Buffalo General Hospital’s neurological ward. Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo has been hospitalized and is in intensive care, according to The Buffalo News, after an “illness” sidelined the...Show More Summary

Cardiac arrest patients do better if taken immediately to a specialist heart center

People who suffer cardiac arrest outside of hospital have a better chance of survival if they are taken immediately to a specialist heart center rather than to the nearest general hospital, according to new research. The study found that distance needed to travel to a specialist heart center was not linked to better or worse risk of death.

‘Counterpart’: Jacqueline Bisset, Stefan Kapicic, Five More Set To Recur On Starz Spy Thriller

Jacqueline Bisset (Dancing on the Edge), Stefan Kapicic (Deadpool), Jacqueline Antaramian (Madame Secretary), Liv Lisa Fries (Zurich), Christiane Paul (The Wave), General Hospital alum Ingo Rademacher and Marco Khan (10,000 BC) haveShow More Summary

Single-cell RNA sequencing reveals detailed composition of two major types of brain tumor

(Massachusetts General Hospital) Detailed analysis of two brain tumor subtypes by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard has revealed that they may originate from the same type of neural progenitor cells and be distinguished by gene mutation patterns and by the composition of their microenvironments.

Software-based system improves the ability to determine the cause of ischemic stroke

(Massachusetts General Hospital) Massachusetts General Hospital investigators have developed a software package that provides evidence-based, automated support for diagnosing the cause of stroke.

America’s oldest nurse still working and inspiring the world!

America’s oldest nurse still working and inspiring the world! This is America’s oldest working nurse. Florence Rigney is a 91-year-old woman who works at Tacoma General Hospital. And she’s been… The post America’s oldest nurse still working and inspiring the world! appeared first on Celebrity News | Positive Celebrity Gossip | Laurara Monique. No related posts.

Health problems may increase as young people infected with HIV at birth get older

(Massachusetts General Hospital) A Massachusetts General Hospital study has found that US youth infected with HIV around the time of their birth are at higher risk throughout their adolescence and young adulthood for experiencing serious health problems, poor control of the HIV virus or death.

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